I cannot get to the site for DASH, Xmr but I can access my DCR account.
I have attached images one showing the pool dead, it used to be my top pool and the other two failover. I also attached an image from my browser where I cannot access the site. https://imgur.com/hqz3RcW https://imgur.com/NKqsnd6
Of note it has been going on for about 2 days.
Ok some weird info. I can access the site and my account with a VPN as long as the exit is not a U.S. IP. For some reason a U.S. IP causes the site to not be reachable.
The pool itself shows dead unless I check with a VPN using non U.S. IP.
Is there something blocking U.S. IPs?
I tested with several coins.
Decred and Zcash accounts i can reach on a U.S. IP. DASH and Monero I can't reach with a U.S. IP.
Nothing wrong on my network, audit of the configs of the routers and pen test shows nothing wrong on my end.
So you are then saying that every pool out there will give the exact same return?
Refresh rates(Sorry not sure how else to explain it): Confirm, Unconfirmed and round earnings then also round progress.
After all of this, I look at Contributor Hashrates I get around 0.181 dash per day, yet in around 16 hours I didn't even get 0.1 Dash.
The other part is that 2 miners run at around the same hash rates, yet the one's difficulty is half that of the other?
Yes, you should get the same returns on every pool if you're hashing with the same speed.
I'll check the contributor hashrates calculation again, the code in there is quite old but it should work. In the meanwhile you can check your expected return at www.whattomine.com
Difficulty can be different due to different ports you use.. for example the nicehash port has a higher diff than the iBeLink D3 port.. Maybe one miner has many (slower) devices connected and therefore a low diff and the other has only a few high power devices connected, or is using nicehash and therefore a higher diff.. The return at the end is the same.
Firstly, thank you for actually being active here on your post...
Second, this still doesn't make a lot of sense to me. IE, this is 2 of the exact same miners (d3 17gh/s batch) on the exact same switch in the exact same room etc, connected to the same port on the same pool with different worker number...
Why is there so much of a difference the whole time?
Then a few minutes later, the two above will swop... Sometime a machine would go as low as 2, 000, 000.
Also, what's the difference between the auto-vardiff port and the NiceHash port?